Kenshu obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Engineering at the University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan in 2021. His project in Japan is a decoding analysis of ultra-highspeed fMRI (TR=125ms) and investigations of the venous effect on decoding of ultra-highspeed fMRI.
Recently, He is a master’s student at the University of Electro-Communications and researches with Dr. Laurentius (Renzo) Huber at the MR-methods group, Maastricht University. He researches the whole brain layer fMRI project.
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